Three-vehicle collision closes highway for about three hours on Friday morning

A 38-year-old Gresham man faces DUII charges after a three-vehicle crash along Interstate 84 that shut the freeway down for more than two hours Friday, June 15.

The collision involved a Ford Taurus, a pickup and a semi truck plus two drivers who allegedly were impaired, according to a report by KOIN 6 News, a Pamplin news partner. The Taurus slammed into the back-end of the semi.

Then the pickup, driven by Jamie Allen Boyer, 38, collided with the Taurus.

The Taurus driver, Jason Renoud, 24, of Portland was cited for DUII, and he received serious injuries.

Boyer was arrested at the scene for DUII.

The freeway re-opened at 5 a.m. June 15.

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